This weekend's Total Recall marks the last blockbuster release of the summer season, closing us out with a remake of a much-beloved movie from two decades earlier. Remakes, comic book movies and a misconceived toy movie: What's been your favorite of this summer's big blockbuster movies?
Director Peter Berg says Battleship didn't stand a chance in the face of The Avengers, saying the Marvel film "outperformed everything. It was impossible for Battleship to get any oxygen."
Andrew Garfield shows off his "Amazing Spider-Man" skateboarding skills! Lucius Fox writes a letter to Bruce Wayne for "The Dark Knight Rises!" Lennie James may return to "The Walking Dead!" Plus, "Robocop" and more!
It's the end of the world as we know it: GI Joe: Retailiation has been pushed back nine months to, according to Paramount, convert the movie into 3D and maximize international box office - The world, it still loves the idea of the Rock literally shouting in your face, it seems. But… nine months? People can make other human beings in that time. Does it really take that long to turn a movie into 3D… or is something else going on? Here are some possible reasons for the delay
Marvel's The Avengers claimed the domestic box-office crown for the third weekend, earning an additional $55.1 million to help push its global total to nearly $1.2 billion and becoming the No. 4 release of all time.
At CinemaCon in Las Vegas, Universal Pictures teased its film slate all the way into summer 2013, with previews of Snow White and the Huntsman, The Bourne Legacy, R.I.P.D. and much more.
Director Peter Berg and star Brooklyn Decker spoke with reporters at WonderCon about the making of Battleship, the big-budget alien-invasion movie inspired by the classic children's guessing game.
Directors Peter Berg and Rupert Sanders appeared Saturday at WonderCon to discuss Universal Pictures' Battleship and Snow White and the Huntsman, bringing with them stars Charlize Theron, Kristen Stewart, Alexander Skarsgård and Brooklyn Decker.
Universal Pictures has premiered a new trailer for Battleship, director Peter Berg's alien-invader take on the classic children's guessing game.
Universal Pictures and Hasbro premiered a new TV spot for Battleship during the Super Bowl that reveals the film's armored invaders, and their fiery wheels of destruction.
Warner Bros., Fox and Sony Pictures are skipping the Super Bowl this year, which means no new TV spots for The Dark Knight Rises, The Amazing Spider-Man or Men in Black 3. But Disney, Paramount and Universal are in, which means we'll likely see new promos for The Avengers, John Carter, G.I. Joe: Retaliation and Battleship.
Universal Pictures has released the second trailer for Battleship, the action-adventure from director Peter Berg inspired from the classic Hasbro guessing game.
Hasbro CEO Brian Goldner discusses a potential fourth Transformers movie as well as films based on Hasbro properties like Ouija, Candyland and Micronauts!
The trailer for Peter Berg's Battleship hits the Internet ... and it's pretty much what you'd expect. The alien-invasion film, which stars Liam Neeson, Taylor Kitsch, Alexander Skarsgard, Brooklyn Decker and Rihanna, opens on May 18, 2012.
James Cameron comes down hard on the idea of misbranded properties, citing the upcoming Peter Berg adaptation of the boardgame Battleship as something that serves only to "degrade cinema."
Rihanna can sing. But can she sink your destroyer? She looks like she's going to give it her best shot in the first photos of the R&B recording artist in costume to emerge from the set of Battleship. Director Peter Berg of Hancock fame had already added Wolverine: Origins Cajun Taylor Kitsch and True Blood's Alexander Skarsgård to his cast. Now, he's going to give her a shot at acting as well.